Buckley - Answered a Question by peel (04 Jan 09 09:48)

Your local chemist will have a good selection my wife used Avomine my granddaughter has a patch behind her ear which is prescription only, some use wrist bands,you pays your money and takes your choice.Avoid the ships medical centre as the injection is very expensive ?

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Morton - replied to Buckley (04 Jan 09 15:32)

It does work though.

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Buckley - replied to Morton (05 Jan 09 10:49)

Yes Both the patch and the pills worked never tried the wrist bands the pills worked well and quite quickly we had had a prolonged period of rough seas,the Granddaughter cannot travel more than 10 miles by road and the patches work very well and she has no problems but they can have some funny side effects?

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James - Answered a Question by peel (04 Jan 09 18:19)

Hi Some passengers find taking the spice Ginger relieves seasickness. Some cruise lines provide crystallized ginger in their restaurants; alternatively, you could take some Ginger powder, capsules, tea or even biscuits. If you search for Ginger and Sickness, you will find many suggestions. Hope this helps .

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Marshall - Answered a Question by peel (10 Jan 09 11:11)

Best cure for seasickness? A full stomach. You feel sick when you are hungry & low in blood sugar. A full stomach, full of carbs keeps the sickness feeling away. We also recommend the wristbands but they get uncomfortable after a while. Tablets are a poor choice as they make you drowsy and if you want to drink .... not a good mix.

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